Do they think that Kerry would be better on this issue? Odds are he'd be even worse (if that's possible). And in the middle of the WOT with possibly three SCOTUS justices retiring in the near future this is no time to be putting a dangerous liberal like Kerry in the WH. These "conservatives" have their heads up their asses.
Maybe we need to air some radio ads...
"Vote for Bush/Cheney and keep Kerry/Edwards/Soros out of the Whitehouse."
Continuing to vote for the Republicans solely for the sake of achieving short-term victories is a lost cause. Republicans might win in 2004 or even 2008, but when Texas inevitably becomes solid Democrat, the party of Clinton will have an unbreakable stranglehold on the Electoral College. Any minor gains conservatism makes in a second Bush term will be completely negated by the permanent demographic changes underway. Im guessing that these Republicans feel that the only hope for this country is to deliver a swift kick in the rear to a complacent party. Perhaps if they get the message, a true conservative can be elected in 2008 before its too late (Instead of a Bush successor who will likely be equally weak).
..." Do they think that Kerry would be better on this issue? Odds are he'd be even worse (if that's possible)"...
I remember him saying he would give citizenship to everyone that's been here longer than a year.
In his first 30 days.
I have the sinking feeling we're being manipulated on this issue by both sides. Neither one intends to do anything revolutionary....it might provoke a response. We keep screaming about being sold out. Heh. They've sold us, and already spent the proceeds.
I'm going to go stand in line for bread now. Good news, though....I'll be the first in line.